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rebellion (n.)

"war waged against a government by some portion of its subjects" (originally especially against God or Church authority), mid-14c., rebellioun, from Old French rebellion (14c.) and directly from Latin rebellionem (nominative rebellio) "rebellion, revolt; renewal of war," from rebellis "insurgent, rebellious" (see rebel (adj.)).

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Definitions of rebellion

rebellion (n.)
refusal to accept some authority or code or convention;
each generation must have its own rebellion
his body was in rebellion against fatigue
rebellion (n.)
organized opposition to authority; a conflict in which one faction tries to wrest control from another;
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